N/APosted on - 06/13/2012
Apple’s new Mac Book Pro Retina display laptop is going to release soon. Last year with iOS 5, a major upgrade was made. I want to know how the new iOS 6 differs from iOS 5.
Is this going to be almost the same with just a little bit of change? How much change does the new software has?
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Apple’s new iOS 6 offers more of its own. With the new 3D Maps users would find it easy to find paths very clearly with Satellite view than what Google Maps has. It also gives you real time traffic updates.
The newest iOS 6 is compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod Touch, iPad 2 and the new Apple iPad, a huge difference from iOS 5. Also iOS 6 is advanced than its iOS 5 with its operating system much better and its powerful, user-friendly features.
iOS 6 added something new to calling features iOS 5 doesn’t have, you can now send an instant text message if you want to decline an incoming call or send a call back reminder. It has also added the No Disturb Button in whichever way user deem it most useful.
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iOS 5 highlights the following features:
Notification Center – email, texts, friend requests, stocks, weather and more.
iMessage – messaging services for all iOS 5 users.
Newsstand – magazine and newspaper application subscriptions.
Reminders – organize to-do-list.
Twitter – integrated system wide.
Camera – capture images and photo stream through iCloud.
Photos – editing and enhancements.
Safari Reader – save a page to read later.
PC Free – activate and set up your device wirelessly.
iOS 6 gives you more feature than iOS 5.
Primarily, iOS 6 carries the first in-house mapping application of Apple – in 3D, with turn-by-turn navigation and real-time traffic information, allows you to see cities and landmarks from aerial view, and integrated with Siri.
With iOS 6, Siri comprehends more languages, available in more countries, enhanced sports knowledge, and improved restaurants recommendations. You can also tweet right from Siri.
Aside from Twitter, Facebook is also integrated throughout iOS 6. You are allowed to post directly to Facebook using your iDevices. You may also ask Siri to post for you.
Next feature, you can share your selected photos directly from iOS 6 with just the people you choose. Your friends that have iCloud can see your photos directly from iPhoto while those that does not have Apple device can view your photos on the web.
Another new feature is Passbook. You can get all your passes, movie tickets, cards and coupons in one place. Simply scan these on your iPhone or iPod and then you can manage to see the changes and expiration dates of your passes.
Next is Facetime. iOS 6 brings FaceTime to a wireless status. It means that you can make and receive FaceTime call whenever and wherever you are. You will be provided with a unifying number and an Apple ID to be used in FaceTime.
iOS 6 includes new calling features – Reply, Remind (Geo-fence feature) and DO NOT DISTURB. Geo-Fence feature allows you to send a message instead of picking up the call and then sets a callback reminder. DO NOT DISTURB feature suppresses incoming call and notifications from the selected contact groups.
Mailing is even better in iOS 6 because it is revamped with more streamlined interface for easier reading and writing. Mail in iOS 6 lets you set up a VIP list or email correspondents that are most frequently contacted.
iOS 6 comes with even more accessibility features through the Guided Access. With Guided Access, Home button can be disabled to limit the device to one application only and restrict the user to touch other buttons on certain areas of the screen.